Knowing where your revenue stands or is likely to stand can be a source of great comfort in uncertain times. Being able to make fact-based predictions that outline your needs, strengths, and areas that might require more work and resources is crucial in nonprofit success. For nonprofits that lack crystal balls--all of them--there is another way! With the help of a nonprofit accountant, you too can expertly predict the probability of your own revenue.
Times are strange for everyone right now, but there’s a lot of good, neighborly stuff too. For people serving others or even just those of us working remotely, there are a lot of great free tools out there to make life a little easier. While many of them cost a fair amount of money under normal circumstances, they’ve been temporarily discounted or made free, making now an excellent time to explore your options!
For nonartists and creatives, national disasters, including global health crises, feel catastrophic. Indeed, they can be. But, as the world weathers COVID-19, we’re seeing all sorts of inspiring adaptations for survival that promise a future for all types of organizations, big and small. And, while creative fundraising strategies are already hard at work, what type of aid exists specifically for nonprofit organization in times of crisis? For employees Nonprofits, like everyone else, may have to forgo nonessential services for a period of time.
In the midst of a global health crisis, most of us can’t help but think about our own families, businesses, and friends. We’re worried about what will happen in this economy, and there aren’t a lot of answers, nor will there be for awhile. But there is great reason for hope--signs of unity, acts of togetherness (from six feet apart), and communities joining in support of one another are all around us.
Jitawesome Clients – On behalf of all of us at Jitasa, we wish you health and peace during these times. As a B-Corp we have always valued employees and previously implemented a limited work-from-home policy for a select group of employees. Today we expanded that program. The systems, processes, and security we built for those programs now allows us to do this with minimal interruption in the coming days. The lessons learned from that employee-first program have been beneficial in preparing for this global pandemic.